The idea that motion (the phenomenon, the tangible reality) occurs and renders the definitions on the substance (the medium of motion) within the volumetric space dimension and the idea that duration (a noumenon, an abstract reality) occurs and renders the definition of the instance through the time dimension used to be the simple fundamentals.
But these ideas are now terribly confused in the present day explanations.
In the present day explanations, the space dimension is no longer just the container, no longer the essence that gets occupied; it has now been argued that space is also the substance of the existence, the medium for the motion; the old meaning for the word "space" that conveys the simple idea of that essence that gets occupied by the substance is now almost discarded.
In the present day explanations, the time dimension is no longer the separate dimension in which duration occurs and renders the definition of the instance of the existence. There has actually been a long standing confusion regarding time. Indeed, we have time, the dimension, time, the duration, and time, the instance of existence. The word "time" has actually been of confused meaning for a very long time. And this confusion regarding time has been further confused by the idea of a space-time continuum.
In the present day explanations, the idea regarding motion and the idea regarding duration are now very much confused. The idea of the space dimension and the idea of the time dimension are now also very much confused. And the present day explanations also confuse the ideas regarding "substance" and "instance".
Nevertheless, the idea that duration and motion are two different realities that occur in the separate space and time dimensions apparently remains. The simple idea is that duration occurs and motion occurs. Both simply occur and they never cease to occur; they are coexisting fundamental realities. They occur in unison.
Motions interact with other motions to effect kinematic transformations for the tangible reality rendered in the substance of existence. And duration simply flows and renders the definition of the instance of existence. But motion cannot interact with duration in a manner that effects transformations on each other, since one is fundamentally the tangible reality and the other is purely an abstract reality devoid of fundamental tangibility.
Although it has its intangible abstract representations, motion is fundamentally tangible - a phenomenon. And although it has its tangible representations in clocks, duration is fundamentally abstract - a noumenon.
The idea remains that motion renders the definition of mass and energy on the substance that occupies the volumetric space dimension. The idea that "motion is the underlying essence of mass and energy" is clearly the simple suggestion. Thus, mass is a construct of motion and energy is a construct of motion.
It appears that motion (the tangible phenomenon) is gathered up into the gravitational domains as duration (an abstract noumenon) occurs.
Gravitation is a perpetual motion that occurs around gravitational domains. The gravitational field around gravitational domains is a continuous occurrence. Thus, the gravitational domains increase in their motion (mass-energy) content.
A big question is that regarding where the motions that define the gravitational field come from. What is the origin of gravitation?
The theory of kinematic relativity provides an answer to this big question.
The theory of kinematic relativity advocates the idea of purely the transformations of motion, instead of the idea of the arbitrary transformations of space and time. This theory clarifies the idea that all forms of mass-energy are constructs of motion, which has led to the derivation of the genesis formula that supports the idea of the continuous creation of cosmic mass-energy into the cosmos.
The theory of kinematic relativity advocates that space, which is of the phenomena in nature, is the physical background volumetric dimension wherein the material occurrences are rendered by the process of motion transformation on the substance of existence that occupies the space dimension. The theory of kinematic relativity advocates that time, which is of the noumena in nature, is the abstract background linear dimension along which the temporal occurrence is rendered by the process of duration transformation on the instance of existence that inhabits the time dimension.
The theory of kinematic relativity discussed in these webpages includes an explanation regarding the fundamental origin of gravity and gravity's fundamental effect of continuous mass formation that implies continuous creation of the cosmos.
The idea of the continuous creation of cosmic mass-energy supports the idea of the continuous creation of worlds, the idea of a hierarchical cosmos, and the idea of gods begetting gods – all of which are in accord with LDS doctrine.
The website articles are focused mainly on the theory of kinematic relativity and its reconciliation with LDS doctrine. But the articles and selected sites listed below also include other topics that are of interest to the author.
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» Questioning the Foundations: Space-Time Transformations vs. Motion Transformations
» The Origin of Gravity and All Phenomena
» On the First Amendment and "Separation of Church and State"
» The Superlative Idea
» Gravitation – Its Fundamental Origin and Its Fundamental Effect of Continuous 'Creation' of the Cosmos
» Discrete and Continuous Realities According to Fundamental Laws of Nature
» On the Physical Theories
» Relations and Connections in the Derivation of the Genesis Formula
» Clarifying the Motion Transformation for the Three-Dimensional Translation
» The Facts Suggest a Continuous Increase in the Mass-Energy Content of the Cosmos
» Fundamental Essences in the Existence
» Regarding the Gravitational Field and the Continuous Mass Formation
» M-Theory – Hawking's Candidate for the Theory of Everything
» Hawking is not the First on the Idea of Spontaneous Creation
» On Stephen Hawking's Latest Book – "The Grand Design"
» LDS Monotheism: notwithstanding the plurality of gods
» On the True Christian Doctrine about the Nature of God
» Same-Sex Marriage is Unconstitutional
» On Quantum Mechanics and the Gauge Theories
» On the Chaos and the Cosmos
» On the All-Encompassing View and the Theory of Kinematic Relativity
» What Things Are Conscious?
» Did God Create Evil?
» Mormon Theology and Cosmology
» Measuring Motion Transformations in the Aether
» The Doctrine of Godhood for Man: a Christian doctrine denied by most of the Christian world
» The Gravitational (Tensor) Acceleration of the Universe as the Cause of the Accelerating Expansion of the Universe
» Regarding the Plurality of Gods: a biblical idea denied by most of the Christian world
» Regarding the Idea of Evolution and the Idea of Creation
» Motion as the Underlying Essence of Mass and All Forms of Energy
» On the 'Theory of Kinematic Relativity' vs. the 'Special and General Theory of Relativity'
» On the 'Theory of Evolution' vs. the 'Testified-upon Creation'
» On the Theory of Relativity and the Laws of Transformation
» Einstein on Man's Free Will, on the Idea of a Personal God, and on the Idea of a Messiah
» God's Great Plan for Man
» Science as a Belief System and Religion as a Belief System
» Kinematic Relativity and the Curvature of Motions in True Kinematics
» Miscellany ("If You Could Hie To Kolob" from an LDS and "Hymn of Creation" from the Rig-Veda)
Selected Sites» The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
» Jesus Christ, The Son of God
» The Testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith
» The Old Testament
» The New Testament
» The Book of Mormon
» The Doctrine and Covenants
» The Pearl of Great Price
» Pseudepigrapha, Apocrypha and Sacred Writings
» The Value of Knowledge: A Miniature Library of Philosophy